Hobart Climate Election Kickstart
Hobart - it’s time to come together and get ready for the #ClimateElection! 2019 is our best chance ever to #StopAdani and ensure our next Federal Government takes climate change seriously - but it’s going to take everyone, everywhere taking action.
**THIS EVENT IS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE UNDER 30 ONLY**
Grab a free ticket today so you can join with hundreds of young people across Hobart on Saturday 13th April - as we kickstart our most ambitious plans ever for community led climate action. Meet the incredible student strikers, learn the plan to transform the politics of climate change, and find out the ways you will be a part of making history.
What is it?
The #ClimateElection Kickstart won't be your typical talkfest. We’ll fuel up on the inspiration of this incredible movement, connect with others in our community who are ready to transform the politics of climate change, and you will help lock down action plans to make this the #ClimateElection.
Together we will show every candidate and political party that we mean business, and if that they want to lead this country they must commit to: #StopAdani, no new fossil fuels and 100% renewable energy.
There will be training on:
- how to pressure your MP to be a climate leader
- having community conversations
- organising youth enrolment stalls
- MP engagement
and lots more!!
We will make ambitious plans to ensure climate change is the #1 issue this election, with young people leading the way in Hobart to the safe climate future we need!
We acknowledge this event takes place on the land of the muwinina people, and pay respects to elders past, present and future. We acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded, and that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to face the ongoing effects of colonization and dispossession of land and culture. We also acknowledge the incredible resistance and leadership of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are on the front lines of climate change, fighting to protect their country from the ongoing fossil fuel extraction and climate impacts.
50 Macquarie St
Hobart, Tasmania 7000
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